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We're not sure whether this counts as a delay, as we don't recall either of these titles being given a release date in the first place, but Konami has now confirmed that Europe won't see Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia or Lost in Blue 3 until 2009. With any luck, we'll still be getting Time Hollow wh...

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Click image for more screens Well folks, just as stated, we've got a new Mega Man game to play this week. What's even better is that along with the sure-to-be-awesome Mega Man 9, we've also got some solid retail releases. And there's a surprise or two with this week's Virtual Console releases, as...

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Click to embiggen While cruising around Konami's booth at E3, I saw Lost in Blue: Shipwrecked and, honestly, wasn't too excited to play it. Once the demo person showed me exactly what was up with the demo (a variety of minigames and the main Survivor mode), the title grew on me a tad, but, overall...

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Click to take the photo tour We stopped by the Konami booth today, to check out all of their titles (and stand around, looking all cool like we do). Surprisingly, the folks at Konami did not object to us taking some photos of their space. We'd like to say our tour includes several shots of Igarash...

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If you could take only one item with you to a deserted island, what would it be? If you answered Lost in Blue: Shipwrecked, that's pretty funny. The "only one item" rule prohibits taking a Wii with you to play it on -- not to mention the whole lack of electricity thing. Take a look at the latest s...

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Blurry English screens were a big indication that Lost in Blue: Shipwrecked! was being localized outside of Japan, and Konami already announced a fall target for the game in North America. The company recently offered a European projection as well, though. Apparently, PAL nations (perhaps not Austr...

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One of three things is happening: Lost in Blue on the Wii is actually this blurry. Our sight is finally going from spending too long looking at Doki Doki Majo Shinpan Duo screenshots. Mother said it would happen! Somebody broke in overnight and maliciously slathered our monitors in Vasel...

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Some awesome ideas coupled with mediocre execution: that's the story of Lost in Blue so far. Hopefully the potential of the series will be realized now that Konami has shifted development from the DS to the Wii, and these scans, extracted from the pages of CoroCoro magazine, are a promising start...

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We've seen games that originated on the DS hop to the Wii -- Lost in Blue is the latest example, but a more notable instance might be Trauma Center. Do you think switching consoles mid-series is a good idea? If so, are there any particular switches that made more sense on the Wii? And how about the...

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Gamefly hinted a few months back that Lost in Blue was jumping ship to the Wii -- a rumor that has now been confirmed for Japan. Konami announced the game by adding it to the Survival Kids list on the company's Japanese website (Survival Kids is the title of the series in Japan). Spencer Yip from Si...

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Gamefly has always been a great source for finding out about new games, and thanks to some sleuthing from the folks at Siliconera, another one may have been revealed. According to a listing on the game rental site, Konami's DS series Lost in Blue might be jumping ship to the Wii. As Levi points ou...

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Though we put together our own list of terrible DS games just two weeks ago, the more recommendations we have on games to avoid, the better off we'll all be. Aside from erroneously describing Lifesigns as a Trauma Center clone (Kenshuui Tendo Dokuta saw its Japanese release six months before Atlus' ...

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When (if) Lost in Blue 3 arrives on our shores, you may be surprised at its appearance. Konami has changed the art style used for the character portraits, from normal human proportions to more of a chibi look. In fact, the simplified characters look more like the avatars found on Japanese livedoor b...

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A listing for Lost in Blue 3 (when are these folks going to be found already?!) has emerged on EB Games' website, causing many to believe the game is bound for a North American release sometime soon. As it stands right now, the game is currently set to release in Japan next week. Regarding a propo...

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Say you're stranded on an island with a couple of adorably helpless anime children. For ... oh, the third time. You're going to be there for a while, doing your best to survive, keeping a fire going, looking for food, defending yourself and your completely useless companions. When you aren't collap...

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